Above the Canopy. Old growth redwood dwarfs new growth trees. Taken in California's Bear Creek Watershed. The largest continuous old growth redwood forest. Photograph by Michael Nichols for National Geographic.
"Frankincense tree, here deeply rooted on the edge of a rock. Highly sought for its aromatic resin, the frankincense was a source of huge wealth for South Arabian kingdoms since Ancient history." - can you say precariousness boys and girls?
Hyperion is a Coast Redwood, and has the distinction of being the tallest living organism ever measured. It is feet tall. That’s 38 stories, 50 feet taller than the tallest habitable building in Washington, D.